KindyROO aims to enrich the learning potential and health of children, by providing a fun and educational environment in which parent and child can bond and learn together. Come along to KindyROO Luxembourg to try the acclaimed classes and understand how we can help your child to maximize their learning potential! See website below for further details!
Where: 5 av. Marie–Thérèse L-2132 Luxembourg
Rheinsheim Building A / Altrimenti (Friday classes)
Erwuesse Building G (Saturday classes)
When: Saturdays: 10-17h; regular classes run on Fridays and Saturdays (visit the website to see the schedule and to sign up)
Age: 6 weeks – 2 years
Head over with your kids to see the virtual zoo or visit the expo to see lizards, pythons frogs….and many more animals from the rainforest!
Where: Cactus, Shopping Center La Belle Etoile, Route d’Arlon, L-8050 Bertrange
When: 2-20 May (please note that Belle Etoile is closed on Sundays)
Website and the Virtual Zoo
Head over to this enchanting mysterious theatre performance for young and old!
Where: Kulturhaus Niederanven, 145, route de Trèves, Niederanven
When: 20 May: 10h30
Age: 4+ year olds
Cost: 6/10 EUR
Come join a themed class with Baby Sensory! The various baby activities aim to build up a vocabulary of sensory experiences, to enhance physical contact between you and your baby and to promote the development of speech through the use of sign language, music, song and puppets.
Where: 72 rue de Remich, 5330 Moutfort (Sunflower Montessori Creche)
When: Saturdays: 10h-12h30
Age: Class for 0-6 months runs 10.00-11.00 am. Class for 7-13 months runs 11.30-12.30 pm
Cost: Check on website
Take part in Dudelange’s Family Day. Kids can participate in the various activities and games like babyfoot, Zumba, geocaching and much more – check out the program on the website for details!
When: 20 May: 10h30
Age: 4+ year olds
Cost: 6/10 EUR
Accompanied by an adult, the small visitors discover the captivating and strange world of Jérôme Bosch. The paintings of the exhibition immerse the whole family in an unreal world. Fascinated by their new discovery, children can then choose their favorite tattoo that will be traced on an arm or a small hand!
Where: Villa Vauban, 18 avenue Emile Reuter, L-2420 Luxembourg
When: 20 May: 14h
Age: 3-12 years
Cost: Free for kids (Adults pay museum entry fee 5 EUR)
Kids will explore the stones of Luxembourg and even make music with them!
Where: Natural History Museum, 25, rue Münster, L-2160 Luxembourg
When: 20 may: 9.30-12h
Age: 9-10 years
Cost: 5 EUR
La Malle de Lux is coming back with a Babies&Kids Spring Summer collection Pop Up Store for 3 days! Come and dicover fashion local or French brands you cannot find in Luxembourg in ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories: Petite Etincelle, Frangin Frangine, Bobine, Risu Risu, La Petite Etoile, Puce de Luxe, Anda Luz, Mamie&Moi, Lollipops&More, La Pomme Rose, Les Petites Jupes de Prune… Moreover a little workshop will be organised for kids to customize some clothes!
Where: 69 Avenue de la Faiencerie, 1510 Luxembourg
When: 18-20 May
Cost: free popup store; 10 EUR workshop for kids – register here
Age: everyone; workshop for 4-12 year olds
Youth corners workshops for children! Read more details here
Where: Centre National de l’Audiovisuel, 1b rue du Centenaire, L-3475 Dudelange, Grand-Duché de Luxembourg
When: 20 May: 10.00h
Cost: 7 EUR
Age: 6-10 years & 10-14 years
25 communes offer various sports activities for young and old!
Where: Check out the website for the various sports or for your preferred location to see what sports your “commune” offers
When: 20 May: 17:00-22:00h
At Kidscooking.lu we provide cooking classes for children from 4 years old, dedicated to encouraging healthier eating habits through bio recipes that also stimulate your kids creativity and mobility, twice per month, on the following Saturdays and Sundays at 10h30-11h45, for questions and registrations e-mail us to email@example.com.
Where: 343, rue de Rollingergrund, Lux city
When: 20 and 21 May
Age: 4+ years
Guided tours to see baby and adult ostriches, ostrich goods on sale and ostrich burgers and workshops for kids!
Where: 38 rue des Pres, Contern, L-5316
When: 20 & 21 May: 11:00-20:00h
During the weekend the museums in Luxembourg will open their doors to the public and offer free guided tours, workshops, conferences and entertainment for the kids! For the workshops and details for kids entertainment please check the program on the website
Where: Museums all over Luxembourg
When: 20 & 21 MayMay
Cost: Free entry to all museums
Head over to see the biggest garden expo in Luxembourg. Here you will find all kinds of plants, barbecues, garden decorations and much more. Kids and dogs lounge will be available during the weekend as well!
Where: Hesperange park
When: 19-21 May
Cost: 7 euro/3 day ticket; kids under 18 years – free
Pilgrimage to honour Our Lady of Luxembourg, the patron saint. Lasts from the third to the fifth Sunday after Easter and represents the main religious ceremony of the country. See various events taking place here. And in Lux city center kids can enjoy the traditional fair with kids attractions.
Where: Place Guillaume II (Knuedler) et place de la Constitution.
When: 6-21 May
Girls and boys will learn the skills of gaelic games: football, hurling, camogie!
Where: Stade Michel Wagner, rue de Sainth-Vith, L-2673, Weimerskirch, Luxembourg
When: Sundays from April 30th – July 2nd;
Age: 4-14 years (3 age groups)
The entries into the contest and the winner will be exhibited in Vianden Castle. The theme of the contest is ““BeE HappY”.
Where: Vianden Castle, the Hall of the Knights of the Castle of Vianden
When: 6-28 May: 10:00-18:00h
Cost: Castle Entry fee
Where: Poppespënnchen, Place de Saintignon, L-4698 Lasauvage
When: 21 May
Age: 3+ years
Cost: 5 EUR – kids; 7 EUR – adults
Kids can discover the history of Luxembourg with the legendary character Sigefroid, the first conte of Luxembourg!
Where: MHVL (Luxembourg City History Museum), 14 Rue Du St. Esprit, L-1475 Luxembourg
When: 21 May: 11h
Cost: Free for kids; museum entry fee for adults
– around 24 km from Luxembourg city (Château de Preisch, 2 rue des Lilas, 57570 Basse-Rentgen, France): Treasure Hunts – weekends from 15.04-15.10
– around 45 km from Luxembourg city (Trier, Germany): 12-14 June – Trier Folk Fest (incl. kids entertainment) – 12-21 May
– around 49 km from Luxembourg city ( Trier and surroundings ): Trier Duck race, Various kids events and theatres and Guided Walk for kids in Trier;
– around 80 km from Luxembourg city (Domaine des Roises – 55150 AZANNES, France ): Fest Old Professions – 14, 21, 25 and 28 May.
– around 100 km from Luxembourg city (Saarbrücken, Germany): Various events for kids
– around 120 km from Luxembourg city (Château Fort de Sedan,Cour du Château, 08200 Sedan – France): Medieval Festival – 20 and 21 May.
– around 126 km from Luxembourg city (Parc Chlorophylle, Rue des Chasseurs Ardennais 60, 6960 Manhay, Belgium): Chlorophylle Fest – 21 May
[hide] – around 44 km from Lux city (Bauer Greif , Oberkirch 8, 54294 Trier-Zewen, Germany) – Pick Your Own 9-18h daily. See much more suggestion for Pick Your Own in City Savvy Luxembourg [/hide]
And you shouldn’t forget about the 501 Things To Do With Kids In And Around Luxembourg Guide — it is the perfect way to plan your weekend or weekly getaway — visit a park, got to a camping site, take a picture perfect stroll down a nature trail (by the way there are 25 of those mentioned in the 501 Things Guide).
Disclaimer: What’s On For Kids’s Fun Things To Do This Weekend list is for your information only. We do not organize, endorse, support, guarantee or are in any way involved with the above activities, unless otherwise mentioned. While we do our best to report as many events as possible that are happening in and around Luxembourg, it’s not in our power to verify or vet the events. All responsibility and accountability for organizing and properly carrying out the events belong to their organizers. It’s always a good idea to check our website and the events’ websites for possible last minute changes!
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